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Susceptibility of Human Endogenous Retrovirus Type K to Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors

Journal of Virology - Nov 14, 2017
Human endogenous retroviruses (HERVs) make up 8% of the human genome. The HERV type K (HERV-K) HML-2 (HK2) family contains proviruses that are the most recent entrants into the human germ line and are transcriptionally active. In HIV-1 infection and ...

BGSU researcher is taking a closer look at dog DNA

Toledo Blade - Nov 27, 2017
“When a retrovirus infects a cell, it integrates a DNA 'copy' of its genome, or 'provirus,' into the nuclear genome of that cell,” she explained. “This means that if a retrovirus is able to infect a germ cell, the provirus may inadvertently be passed ...

Sacrificing Scientific Skepticism: The Wages of Consensus

Capital Research Center - Nov 10, 2017
Going back once more to the late 1990s, in the course of researching and writing an article about a dangerous organism called a retrovirus, I met a microbiologist who related an amazing story, partly about himself and the microbiology community but ...

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Retroviruses | Cells | MCAT | Khan Academy

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This video will discuss how retroviruses replicate inside of a host cell. The role of reverse transcrptase and integrase will also be discussed. Teachers: You can purchase this PowerPoint...

Retrovirus Replication 3D Animation

The example used is the HIV Lentivirus. This video does a great job describing \


Describes the action of retroviruses.

Retroviruses: Microbial Supervillains

Forget your Hans Grubers, Lord Voldemorts, and Hannibal Lecters. It's time to meet some real supervillains. They're called retroviruses, and they actually change their host cell's DNA....